Treatments for Urinary Incontinence

You have more important things to worry about than whether that next sneeze will produce an embarrassing leak. Yet many women are plagued by urinary incontinence, or the tendency to involuntarily release urine. Stress Incontinence, common among women who have experienced childbirth, can make everyday activities such as coughing, laughing, or lifting nearly impossible to do without some degree of leakage. We call it “Stress Incontinence” because it comes from stress being placed on the bladder—you might call it “Stress Incontinence” because of the stress it puts on you!

Maybe you experience sudden urges to urinate, making it hard to do the things you enjoy because you always have to be near a restroom. Worse yet are the times when that feel a sudden urge and just don’t make it to the toilet in time.

You don’t want to worry about bladder leakage—and you shouldn’t have to. Just because a problem is common doesn’t mean you can’t do something about it. The physicians and nurses at Wooster OB/GYN have years of experience with Complex Urodynamic Studies—simple, in-office tests that can help diagnose and determine the cause of Urinary Incontinence—and can offer safe, lasting solutions to treating your bladder problems, including tension-free vaginal sling to correct pelvic organ prolapse.

Don’t let Urinary Incontinence control you another day. Take action to regain your life now, and contact our office to schedule your consultation. You’ll be glad you did!